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Café Cassis

Salisbury Hotel, Salisbury Road, Edinburgh, EH16 5AA 0131 300 0852

((((( French
Main course: £7
Food spend: £19
Opening hours
Tuesday to Sunday: 11:00 - 21:30.

Inside the Salisbury Hotel, Café Cassis is a delightfully stylish yet family friendly bistro. A variety of dishes on offer contain bold French influences, with fresh, locally sourced produce used wherever possible.

The fantastically varied nature of the Café Cassis menu is plain to see straight away. Traditional French onion soup is a classic starter, and is perfect to follow with fresh west coast mussels cooked in white wine with garlic and parsley. Scottish influences can be seen in the organic chicken stuffed with haggis and topped with mushrooms and whisky sauce.

Café Cassis Edinburgh serves a separate kids menu, as well as a selection of lighter bites that include antipasti combinations, crepes, and a range of coffees. Diners can also sample a fine wine list, and selection of premium whiskies.

Offering a chic, relaxing setting, Café Cassis is only 5 minutes’ drive from Edinburgh Rail Station.

Café Cassis

Salisbury Hotel, Salisbury Road, Edinburgh, EH16 5AA

Contact +44 1316678991
Reservations 0131 300 0852

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Customer reviews for Café Cassis

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  • large parties (2)
  • ((((( by from Edinburgh

    Two of us dined at 1230 on Saturday. There seemed to be a problem about the booking but that was sorted out. Excellent choices for the meal. We both had coley - superbly cooked and presented. Then both the meringue and English cream - very nice. Coffee - one black one espresso - good. A VERY pleasnat experience. My partner had not been before and was enthusiastic and will return.

  • ((((( by from Edinburgh

    We dined at 1230. My friend had lunched there before and I had been in the evening. My friend has cileac problems and they were dealt with expertly - the bread provided was apparently excellent. Soup was very good and the main courses splendid.Definitely one to come back to often. Particularly good value.

  • ((((( by from Gifford ,East Lothian

    [...]we have dined both at lunch time & evenings. The welcome is always like being invited in by old friends. [...] cooking is just wonderful and I have now learnt by experience to go with some of the more unusual dishes he recommends because they are to die for. I look forward to continuing to tantalize my taste buds [...]

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